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Tuesday / November 12.
  • NCAA Investigated UCLA’s Anderson, Parker in August

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    The NCAA investigated UCLA freshmen Kyle Anderson and Tony Parker in early August, a source with direct knowledge of the investigation told SNY.tv.

    Anderson and Parker were both cleared to go on UCLA’s trip to China later in August, and the source believes the investigation into those two has been completed.

    Fueled by former St. Anthony star Anderson and the rest of the Bruins, UCLA went 3-0 during its China trip.

    Scout.com first reported that Anderson and Parker are currently being investigated by the NCAA.

    UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad, the crown jewel of UCLA’s highly-acclaimed recruiting class, did not go on the China trip as the NCAA continues to look into how his visits were paid for.

    Muhammad, Anderson and Parker are considered one of the top recruiting classes in the nation.

    Muhammad’s family is working with the UCLA compliance department and hopes to have his situation worked out before the regular season starts.

    UCLA will open their season on Nov. 9 at Pauley Pavilion against Indiana State and will travel to the Barclays Center on Nov. 19-20 for the Legends Classic. The Bruins will square off against Georgetown on Nov. 19 and either Georgia or Indiana on Nov. 20.

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